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The best one out of the entire Real Housewives franchise (which really isn't saying very much) is coming back! That's right -- The Real Housewives of New York City will be back for season 3 in 2010, but Bravo is currently casting for "additional Housewives." Uh-oh. What will happen to the original cast? Let's hope that the only sane Housewife Bethenny will stay, and tranny-like-model-who-is-past-her-prime Kelly Bensimon will go.
In other housewives news, the original Desperate Housewives star Andrea Bowen, who played Susan's daughter, is returning as a series regular. I'm assuming she vanished after the five-year flash forward because of her time at college. I didn't really miss her at all, but I guess we'll get to see what became of her. And to Gaby's despair, it looks like Ana Solis, Carlos' manipulative niece, will be staying put since, Maiara Walsh will be joining the cast as a regular.
MacGruber is following the trend of becoming another SNL film. How director Jorma Taccone will stretch out a two-minute skit that features MacGruber wrestling with miscellaneous issues while disarming a bomb with a rubber band into a 90-minute movie is beyond me. Ryan Philippe and Val Kilmer are in the talks to star in this already seemingly lackluster parody of a film.
Robin Williams has come a long way since Mrs Doubtfire and is better than ever after undergoing heart surgery. The multi-talented comedian is bringing his "Weapons of Self-Destruction" sold-out national comedy tour to HBO as his first solo special in seven years. Seven years! You lucky HBO subscribers, you.
After competing in Superstars and dealing with bitchy model-slash-actress Joanna Krupa, Terrell Owens finally gets his own show sans the verbal abuse. The T.O. Show debuts July 20 on VH1. For all of you NFL-ignorant TWoP readers (like myself), T.O is the former San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, and current Buffalo Bills receiver.
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